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Breelan Angel - Dirty Little Secrets (2014)

11-07-2014, 18:38
Music | Country | Rock

Breelan Angel - Dirty Little Secrets (2014)

Artist: Breelan Angel
Title Of Album: Dirty Little Secrets
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country/Rock
Label: MisBhavin Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 34:40
Total Size: 84 Mb

1. Walk Of Shame (3:20)
2. Halfway To Wasted (3:27)
3. It Ain’t Easy Loving Me (3:44)
4. Dirty Little Secrets (3:17)
5. She Made Your Bed (3:09)
6. Double Standards (3:04)
7. Can’t Tell A Heart (3:37)
8. Love Understands (3:56)
9. Workin’ On It (3:13)
10. One More Song (3:48)

Nashville, Tenn. - MisBhavin’ Records is pleased to announce “Dirty Little Secrets,” the much anticipated and highly requested full-length studio album from its flagship artist Breelan Angel, debuts on Tuesday, June 24, 2014. The album features 10 original tracks, all of which were co-written by Breelan, as well as cover photography by Todd Purifoy and the graphic design talents of Robert Hudnall of Lubbock, Texas.

Showcasing Breelan’s unique vocal style and ability to write strong and catchy lyrics, “Dirty Little Secrets” was produced by Ray Barnette at Sound Emporium and Omni Studios in Nashville, Tenn. Kathy Douglas of indieExtreme is spearheading the album’s global distribution to iTunes, Amazon and all digital retailers worldwide through the premier distribution company INgrooves-Fontana. Pre-orders of “Dirty Little Secrets” will feature an immediate download of the album’s impassioned opening number, “Walk of Shame.”

Hailing from Baytown, Texas, Breelan’s standout single, “Halfway To Wasted,” climbed to a Top 40 position on the MusicRow Country Breakout chart and Top 50 on Billboard’s Indicator chart. Breelan, a regular on the writing circuit in Nashville, co-wrote with some of Nashville’s finest songwriters and is honored to be able to include the credits of such premier hitmakers as Clay Mills (”Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It,” “Fall”), Marty Dodson (”Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right,” “Everybody Wants to Go To Heaven”), Greg Barnhill (”Walkaway Joe”), Shane Stevens (”American Honey”), and others from Nashville’s vast circle of talent.

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